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AndroidForMobile Journalism Lab
Pushing to the future of journalism — A project of the AndroidForMobile Foundation at Harvard

AndroidForMobile Lab Wire

The last 20 posts from the AndroidForMobile Journalism Lab, for those who enjoy reverse chronological order.
Marlee Baldridge    July 17, 2018
“It’s like a version of C-SPAN for a younger audience.”
Nicholas Quah    July 17, 2018
“I’ve always had a soft spot for print design and aesthetics that have a point of view or opinion. But I’ve been working in tech for quite some time and am just tired of this A/B-tested, data-proven, metric-driven design.”
Nicholas Quah    July 17, 2018
Plus: S-Town gets sued, Spotlight goes audio, and a remarkable new podcast player named Wilson FM.
Laura Hazard Owen    July 16, 2018
A day where clicking to refresh is fun, not panic-inducing.
Judd Slivka    July 13, 2018
Imagine if a news photographer at a football game had to get permission from every single person in the stadium before taking a single shot — or else face hundreds of civil lawsuits. That’s what new model legislation wants to bring to public airspace.
Shan Wang    July 13, 2018
Plus: WeChat now has 1.04 billion monthly active users, shortform video is booming, and a few other significant numbers out of a recent report on the state of the Chinese internet landscape.
Laura Hazard Owen    July 13, 2018
Plus: (Some) researchers can now get access to (some) Facebook data, WhatsApp is funding misinformation research too, and susceptibility to fake news may have more to do with laziness than partisanship.
Marlee Baldridge    July 12, 2018
A bet on live video, a busy news year, and maximizing staff talents let the Alexander City Outlook increase its digital ad revenue 80 percent in a year’s time.
Christine Schmidt    July 12, 2018
Pulse, a project launched by Sarah Alvarez and Andrew Haeg, aims to help news organizations text their communities to find out.
Laura Hazard Owen    July 11, 2018
“‘Leadership structure’ isn’t a very Wiki phrase.”
Per Westergaard and Søren Schultz Jørgensen    July 11, 2018
“Our angle on the current state of journalism is this: The crisis of journalism and legacy news media is structural, and not just a matter of technological challenges or broken business models.”
Mark Frankel    July 10, 2018
News organizations’ audiences are increasingly moving from public social media to closed or semi-closed platforms like WhatsApp, Discord, and Facebook Groups. But there are still opportunities for good reporting on the communities we cover.
Nicholas Quah    July 10, 2018
Plus: Crooked Media goes audio doc, Maximum Fun goes scripted fiction, and The Pub goes the way of all flesh.
Shan Wang    July 9, 2018
On average, they’re paying just under $80 per year. About 40 or so indie publishers with paid offerings are making what Substack calls “meaningful money.”
Marlee Baldridge    July 9, 2018
It’s a longstanding quandary for aspiring journalists: How can I get housing in the big city for just a few weeks, while I’m paid nothing or close to it? PressPad wants current journalists to help out the next generation.

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